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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mdnicke2 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Sep 2020 at 8:05pm
It is just amazing that a manufacturer is willing to give a discount like this. I think it speaks volumes to the type of person Graham is and the type of company he has. Though I am still not 100% certain which phono stage I will buy (or when I will have the money to buy one), I cannot see myself buying anything but GSP.
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In a market plagued with dishonesty and false advertising, it is nice to find a company like hifisystemcomponents that produces trustworthy products that are designed to consistently perform and intended to have a long working life. I'm already in my 30s and in a few more decades when I'm Graham's age, I'm sure my GSP electronics will still be providing satisfying high fidelity music.
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I know this is a old post but what Ash said was about dishonesty and false advertising is vary true some company's make bold claims about their products especially about their power outputs (watts) of their amplifiers or mono blocks. Before a bought my first GSP phono amp I did some research online and found that some have had their phono amps a vary long time and although some didn't like the looks a lot said they bought their amps for the sound and build quality (not looks). Me, I like the looks, I'm not into spit & polish and fancy materials if it doesn't do anything for the sound. It can look a million dollars but if it sounds bad I'm not going to buy it. Going off beat, Polished surfaces are hard too keep clean and scratch free.
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